How you can helpVictim Support

Together SA CAN was launched in January 2003 with the goal of uniting all emergency service role-players into South Africa’s “911 emergency system”. We can now proudly say that we have a base of over 1.5 million members. Our strength is in our network of over 100 united organisations, each one expert in their field, across all services from SAPS, The Hawks, Metro Police, Security Companies, Fire and Rescue, Advanced Life Support and Medical Services, Animal Welfare, Wildlife and Raptor Rescue (AWR), Flight Operations, Municipal Services, Crisis Centres, NGO’s, Neighbourhood Watch and Farm Watches.

The next step in our journey has been a team decision taken under the guidance of the Hawks and National SAPS for the development of a dedicated platform and activation process for Specialised Victim Support (SVS) in high priority crimes. 

The SVS platform takes into account the various crucial needs when dealing with the process of priority crimes and is designed to support the complete lifespan of a priority case from the time of the incident until finalisation of the case, including the initial 72-hour response plan, operational support, victim support and communications. It tracks and supports all role-players from the time of the incident to the integration of the prisoner/s back into society – a period generally spanning some 25 to 30 years. 

How you can help

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Show your support of SVS by registering in order to volunteer eyes, ears and kind words of encouragement to the families and victims involved

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Join the Specialised Victim Support Telegram Channel for the latest updates on priority crime cases that Together SA CAN are dealing with.
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Spread the word by sharing this website and our Facebook page to make sure that the victim’s stories do not go quiet!

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In the last two years, Together SA CAN (NPO) and TrackBox Technologies responded to 56 146 incidents, 40% of which related to criminal incidents and 15% to medical incidents. Over that period, we assisted with in excess of 1 000 breakdowns and tows, and 2 000 motor vehicle accidents.

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    Specialised Victim Support – High Priority Crimes

    Our Mission

    Resource Capacity Building.

    Public Activation & Participation.

    Human Connection & Awareness.

    Coordination of Specialised Private/Public Partnerships.

    Dedicated Information & Communication Management.

    Long Term Victim Support to the Victims and Family

    Cases

    • Botha Murders 2 months ago On Saturday the 24th of April 2021 an attack took place at the farm residence of Faan Botha, a manager… Read More
    • Trevor Murphy Murder 2 months ago On Friday, 23 April 2021 a residential farm home invasion took place on Wendover Farm, Karkloof in KwaZulu Natal which… Read More
    • Neil McKay Murder 3 months ago Neil McKay was strangled to death on his farm, Skietdrif in Winterton, KwaZulu Natal on Friday the 9th of April,… Read More
    • Gibson Murder 3 months ago Mr Graham Gibson (Aged 63) was found murdered in his vehicle on the 30th of March 2021. The vehicle was… Read More
    • de Bruin Murders 6 months ago On the 14th of December 2020 on the farm ‘Hoegelee’ in Bishopstowe two suspects lured Mr Danie de Bruin (Aged… Read More
    • Pieter and Eddie Hills Murder 8 months ago On Thursday, 05th November 2020 at +- 19:00 a group of assailants gained access to the Zwartpan farm, outside Hennenman.The… Read More

    SVS Echo-Rewards

    • Botha – REWARD 2 months ago Valley Farm Attack Investigation Up to R100 000 Reward offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those… Read More
    • Edwin Mapstone – REWARD 2 years ago SVS Echo-Reward of up to R250 000,00 Specialised Victim Support (SVS) has attached an Echo-Reward of up to R250,000 to… Read More
    • Malcolm Green – REWARD 2 years ago Combined SVS Echo-Reward of up to R300 000,00 KZN Provincial Communications - Brigadier Jay Naicker The Pietermaritzburg Organised Crime Unit… Read More

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    SVS Timeline Stages (hot to desperate)